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Make raw food mainstream
Raw food makes the headlines daily. Raw foodists feel
healthier, happier and more vibrant than their previous
selves.
This happens because uncooked foods retain their
full spectrum of nutrients. They are easier to digest so
our bodies are less taxed, leaving us with much more
energy. We use this extra energy to live
ecstatically and to achieve our
dreams.
A few decades ago,
a
vegetarian
had
trouble
eating
in
restaurants, then it
was made accessible.
The same happened
for vegans. Now, it’s
our turn. We want to
go to our favourite
restaurants!
We
want to celebrate
occasions
with
our
“normal”
friends. We want
to remain part of
our community!
We also know

Created and written by Shazzie.
Graphic design by Karen Arnott, www.karenarnott.co.uk.
Copyright © 2008-2013 Shazzie. All rights reserved.

that many people are excited by raw food, and want to
try it. With your help they will love it.
Here are some of my suggestions. They all contain
ingredients that are easy to find, and should be in any
kitchen. Failing that, the ingredients can be found on
every high street. Substituting one item for another
is a great way to go, when their stock is different.
Where I’ve had to use unusual ingredients, I’ve
listed possible stockists.
Some dishes listed here can be moved
into another category, with adjustments
to size and garnishes. All the required
equipment can be found in every
professional kitchen.
Be bold and suggest to your local
restaurants that they try out some
of these dishes, or develop
their own versions of
them. They will probably
find that raw dishes
will enhance any menu
and ultimately they
will be proud to
offer it.
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The
recipes
Each recipe
serves one
generous
portion

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For the love of veg
2 tablespoons of cauliflower
2 tablespoons of carrot
½ clove of garlic
1 teaspoon of red onion
1 teaspoon of lemon juice
2 teaspoons of olive oil
2 teaspoons of coriander
Finely chop the garlic, onion and
coriander. Add to the oil and juice to
make a marinade. Roughly chop the
carrots and cauliflower into bite sizedpieces. Mix these into the sauce and
marinate for at least ten minutes before
serving with cocktail sticks.

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Nibbles

Spiced nuts
4 tablespoons of raw nuts. Cashews,
pecans and walnuts work best.
1 tablespoon of fresh orange juice
¼ teaspoon of cayenne pepper
¼ teaspoon of paprika
¼ teaspoon of fennel or dill seeds
Pinch of ground cumin
Add all ingredients together, soak for at
least ten minutes and serve.

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Nibbles

Herby olives
At least ten plump green olives
3 basil leaves
1 teaspoon of dill leaves
1 teaspoon of chives
Pinch of black pepper
1 teaspoon of olive oil
Finely chop the herbs. Mix all ingredients
together and serve.

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Your comprehensive guide to raw food,
whether you’re a beginner, a refresher
or a restarter.
23 Days To Raw Food Heaven
Detox Helpers
Raw Food Quickstart
Wake Up Thinking Raw
Last Night A Cucumber
Saved My Life
Keys To Long Term Success
On Raw Food

Find out more at new2raw.com

“I want to thank you for reminding me
that I am not alone on this lifestyle and
that is OK to just be yourself. Thank you
for supporting me in exploring more to the
depth the different aspects of my
personality by just being you. You are an
amazing coach.”
-- Marleen Sevens

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Starters

Cream of tomato soup
3 medium tomatoes
1 small carrot
½ a red pepper
½ a clove of garlic
¼ red onion
6 leaves of fresh basil
2 tablespoons of raw nuts. Pine nuts or
cashew nuts are best
Pinch of sea salt
Pinch of black pepper
Blend all the ingredients using a highpowered blender. A good blender will
warm the soup through without cooking
it. Otherwise, warm in a pan until fingerhot.

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Starters

Cucumber rolls
1 cucumber to shave
½ sweet apple
1 tablespoon of fresh parsley
1 teaspoon of fresh dill
1 cup of watercress
Using a vegetable peeler, shave the full
length of the cucumber until you have
three wide strips. Lay these out flat on
a worktop. Blend (using a hand blender)
the apple, parsley, dill and watercress
together until creamy. Spread equal
amounts of this mixture onto the whole
length of the cucumber strips. Roll up the
strips and stand them on a plate. Garnish
with berries and leaves, and then serve.

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Starters

Avocado cocktail
½ avocado, ripe but firm
Handful of lettuce
2 tablespoons of coriander leaf
Pinch of ground coriander
Pinch of turmeric
Pinch of cumin
¼ of red pepper
Finely shred the lettuce and arrange in
the bottom of a small bowl. Peel the
avocado and slice lengthways into six
equal strips. Arrange these vertically so
they come out of the bowl. Blend all the
other ingredients except for the coriander
leaf, to make a sauce. Add this to the
centre of the bowl, covering the lettuce.
Sprinkle on the coriander leaf and serve.

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Guru interviews
Shazzie’s Vlog
Recipes
Articles
Expert advice
Vouchers

Find out more at shazziesviproom.com

Love it. Love you. Love me. Love everybody.
Love everything. You’re a wise old monkey
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Thank you.
David Trigg, UK

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Main courses

Double stuffed tomatoes
2 beefsteak or other large tomatoes, with
stem
50g hulled sunflower seeds, preferably
soaked in water for at least an hour
5 sun-dried tomatoes, roughly chopped
and soaked in water for at least 30
minutes
½ teaspoon paprika
15g fresh basil, chopped plus extra leaves
for garnish
¼ clove garlic, chopped
5 black olives, stones removed, chopped
Cut a slice off the top of the fresh
tomatoes, leaving stems attached to
slice, and set tops aside. Scoop out seeds
and flesh. Using a hand blender, blend
the drained sunflower seeds with the
drained sun-dried tomatoes and paprika
until smooth. Mix in the chopped basil,
garlic and olives.
Stuff the tomatoes with mixture until
they overflow. Top with some extra basil
leaves, and place the tomato lids back on
top. Serve with a generous salad.

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Main courses

Herby pâté
2 medium carrots
2 sundried tomatoes (optional)
4 tablespoons of raw nuts. Almonds,
cashews, macadamias or a combination
are best.
1 tablespoon of fresh tarragon
¼ red pepper
2 tablespoons of spring onions
1 teaspoon of fresh mint
1 teaspoon of chives
1 tablespoon of fresh basil
Pinch of black pepper
Pinch of sea salt
6 chicory leaves or other small sturdy
leaves such as the inside of romaine
Soak the sundried tomatoes for at least
ten minutes. Finely dice the carrots.
Blend all ingredients except the spring
onions and chicory leaves using a
handheld blender. Finely chop the spring
onions and mix them in. Arrange the
chicory on a plate. Add equal amounts
of pâté to each leaf. Add some herbs for
garnish. Alternatively, mould the pâté in
the centre of the plate and arrange the
leaves around it.

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Main courses

Sweet and sour stir alive
Choose a handful of three or four of these
ingredients: red peppers, mushrooms,
broccoli, leeks, mung bean sprouts,
courgette or asparagus
For the sauce…
2 tablespoons of raw sesame seeds
(optional)
½ clove garlic
¼ teaspoon five spice
¼ of a sweet apple
¼ teaspoon chili powder
1 teaspoon of fresh ginger
Juice from ¼ lemon
½ teaspoon of lemon zest
3 tablespoons of olive oil
Small dash of water
Pinch of salt
Pinch of pepper
Finely chop or press the garlic and
ginger. Mix all the sauce ingredients
together. Thinly slice the vegetables
where appropriate. The thinner they are,
the quicker they’ll marinate. Experiment
with different textures, such as grating
the courgette, and thinly slicing the leeks
vertically. Add all ingredients together
and mix thoroughly. Marinate for at least
twenty minutes before serving.

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Recipes
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Expert advice
Vouchers

Find out more at shazziesviproom.com

Love it. Love you. Love me. Love everybody.
Love everything. You’re a wise old monkey
you are! Giving Eckhart Tolle a run for
his money!!! Stay beautiful honey...
Thank you.
David Trigg, UK

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Desserts

Apple pie
½ an apple
1 tablespoon of raisins
½ teaspoon of cinnamon
3 drops of vanilla extract
25g of walnuts or pecans
4 dates or dried apricots
30g of cashew nuts
Pinch of ground nutmeg (optional)
Soak the cashews for at least 10 minutes
in warm water. Blend the pecans, 4
apricots and cinnamon using a handheld
blender. Press this base into a ramekin.
Blend the apple and mix the raisins into
it. Pour this into the ramekin over the
base. Blend the cashews with the last
remaining apricot, vanilla and smother
the pie with this sweet cream then
sprinkle the nutmeg to bring this classic
to the finishing line.

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Desserts

Strawberry and cashew delice
8 strawberries
2 tablespoons of soaked cashews (20
mins soaking in warm water is perfect)
1 tablespoon hulled hempseed (from
health food shops)
6 macadamia nuts
3 drops vanilla extract
2 dates
Finely slice the strawberries and lay on
bottom of a ramekin. Blend the rest of
the ingredients into a fine cream using a
handheld blender. You may need a dash
of water to bring them together. Spoon
the cream over the strawberries. Lay
a few strawberries over the cream to
garnish.

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Desserts

Ecstatic balls
5 dried apricots
4 dates
6 walnuts
2 tablespoons of pumpkin seeds
1 tablespoon of dried cherries (without
sugar and vegetable oil)
1 tablespoon of raw cacao nibs (from
health food shops)
Desiccated coconut for rolling in
Blend all ingredients apart from coconut
with a handheld blender and blend
until they come together in a paste, but
maintain some good texture. Roll into
balls and then roll in coconut until they
are covered.

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Your comprehensive guide to raw food,
whether you’re a beginner, a refresher
or a restarter.
23 Days To Raw Food Heaven
Detox Helpers
Raw Food Quickstart
Wake Up Thinking Raw
Last Night A Cucumber
Saved My Life
Keys To Long Term Success
On Raw Food

Find out more at new2raw.com

“I want to thank you for reminding me
that I am not alone on this lifestyle and
that is OK to just be yourself. Thank you
for supporting me in exploring more to the
depth the different aspects of my
personality by just being you. You are an
amazing coach.”
-- Marleen Sevens

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Desserts

Blueberry smash
2 shots of vodka
50g of blueberries (about a handful)
Juice of half a lime
3 ice cubes
Blend the ingredients and serve in a
martini glass. Top with extra blueberries.

The cocktails here all contain alcohol. Some raw foodists love
the occasional tipple; some don’t. These cocktails taste just
as good when served virgin: sans alcohol.

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Cocktails

Shaquiri daiquiri
2 shots of white rum
The insides of 2 passion fruits
8 raspberries
A thin slice of pineapple
Blend the ingredients, strain and serve
over ice in a tumbler.

The cocktails here all contain alcohol. Some raw foodists love
the occasional tipple; some don’t. These cocktails taste just
as good when served virgin: sans alcohol.

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Cocktails

Cuke ’em
2 shots of gin
Large sprig of mint
Small cube of ginger, about 1 cm
½ a lime, skinned
3cm of cucumber, skinned
1 apple
Sparkling water to top up
Ice
Blend all the ingredients apart from the
water and ice. Sieve the mixture and
pour over ice in a high ball. Top up with
sparkling water and mix with a spoon.
Garnish with shaved cucumber as per the
photograph.

The cocktails here all contain alcohol. Some raw foodists love
the occasional tipple; some don’t. These cocktails taste just
as good when served virgin: sans alcohol.

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Further information
About Shazzie
Shazzie is a TV presenter. Her magazine-type TV show is
broadcast throughout Europe. She is the author of five
books: Detox Delights, Detox Your World, Naked Chocolate,
Evie’s Kitchen and Ecstatic Beings. She is a world-renowned
speaker, and has appeared in the national media many
times. She lives in her eco house in Sussex with Evie, her
free range, unvaccinated, organic daughter.
Shazzie has created several courses so you can experience
her unique wisdom right now in the comfort of your own
home. Shazzie Speaks Email Course is a free course that
lasts a whole year. It will change your life, one word at
a time. If you choose to upgrade to Shazzie Speaks Home
Study Program, you can plug into Shazzie’s words of love
to elevate your life quickly yet calmly. If you want to go

further, Divinity In A Box will turn your life around. It’s an
interactive course where you get to find out your divine
calling. Not for the faint hearted, you will be forever
changed when you do this home study course.
If you are new to raw food, then New 2 Raw is a great
place for you to start. It teaches you 23 Days To Raw Food
Heaven. You can’t get better than that, can you? For more
raw food recipes, please visit shazzie.com/love/recipes.
To connect with Shazzie, please click on the links below:
Twitter: http://twitter.com/doxtor
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ShazzieFB
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/valerie1969
Blog: http://shazzie.com/blog/

About raw food
Raw food is the original food that all animals, including
humans, ate before we invented cooking. Cooking food,
whilst creating great flavours, causes irreparable damage
to the food. This in turn damages us, over time. Eating at
least 50% in weight raw food at each meal has been proven
to help increase energy, vitality and health. Eating 80% or

more raw food alters us on a cellular level: we become
younger, happier and can lose all sight of illness. Most of
all, raw food makes us feel incredibly sexy, and it brings
out the ecstatic being in all of us! Raw food is not new,
yet it’s currently enjoying lots of publicity because of the
glowing testimonies from raw foodists all over the world.

About Shazzie’s VIP Room
Did you ever want to be part of an amazing online heart-led
life mastery club? Now you can, but it’s not for everyone,
so please don’t visit it if you aren’t ready for complete life
transformation.
If you are ready, you’ll find over $10,000 worth of exclusive
and unique content in there the second you join. How
about this for a treat:

• Discount vouchers from conscious companies the
world over.
• Tools to love from the moment you wake up and
throughout the day.
• And so much more!
Have a look now!

• Over a dozen wellbeing experts in there, ready to
answer your questions.
• Stacks of raw food and superfood recipes.
• Shazzie’s private vlog, not seen anywhere else.
• Shazzie FM, hours and hours of words of love to open
your heart.
• Guru interviews giving you top living tips for all
aspects of your life.
• Special reports to enhance you.

Disclaimer: Product details are for information only and are correct at the time of going to
press. Shazzie is not responsible for products becoming obsolete. The information in this ebook is
not intended as medical advice, and only you are responsible for your health.
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Guru interviews
Shazzie’s Vlog
Recipes
Articles
Expert advice
Vouchers

Find out more at shazziesviproom.com

Love it. Love you. Love me. Love everybody.
Love everything. You’re a wise old monkey
you are! Giving Eckhart Tolle a run for
his money!!! Stay beautiful honey...
Thank you.
David Trigg, UK


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